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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OTIECOX. FRIDAY, JAN. 28. 1916.
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Tell Your Dealer
to send you delicious, sweet, juicy, healthful
yea n !,' '
Son knst HiT'
is c-a c-a c-a u nm z V n. li
I. inn county lias done tlio following
v eils on roads during the past year
Vow grades, 40.25 miles; new gmli'-l
gravel nr rocked road I" miles; gravel
or rock hauled oil old grades, ;i0.7.1
miles. This does not include any patch
work mid represents ti total expendi
ture of over $122,000 including culvert
costing about $2000,
t tjuori ivews
California's Selected Oranges
Fine Seedless Navels. Get a dozen today.
Sare the titiua wrapper for beautiful silverware
CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS EXCHANGE
Eastern Headquartert: 139 N. Clark Street, Chicago
Beck is sinking a will on the
place, some 13 miles north of
row. He is now down 210 feet. One
after another of the ranches ulul
Ion are being supplied with goo 1
wells ami not many years hence the
water, wagon will lie relegated to the
junk heap and used only as an adjunct
to the threshing outfit in the summer
SUPERIOR GARDEN VEGETABLES
By special effort we have secured some very fine
Head Lettuce, Sprouts, Cabbage, Spring Carrot?,
Artichokes and Celery. We have limited quantities
only. Order early.
Wards Thin Skinned Oranges
We are in receipt of a special consignment for
Saturday. The price per dozen 25c and 30o
Sun Kist Oranges, Extra Large Sizes
. Good'values at 33c and 40c per dozen.
Special Demonstration of Our 35c Coffee
Come and have a cup with us from 10 to G p. m.
Fresh Roasted Coffee
This is no blend. The coffee we sell today is
roasted and ground in the morning. Scores of peo
ple are finding this out and are buying their coffees
from us. Every pound of coffee we sell contains a
coupon representing 10 per cent of the retail value
of the coffee, which we take in exchange for Crock
ery and Enamel Ware.
We Have the Following Brands:
Economy Blend, 25c. Special, :!0c. Gem, :'5c, and
Imperial Blend 40c
Fisher's Blend and Art Flour
Some people would find it very difficult to keep
house without Fisher's Blend. If you think this idle
talk, the next time you purchase flour try Fisher's
Blend, and if you don't find it makes better bread
than any other flour, what you have used won't cost
you a cent. Fisher's Art, $1.70; Blend, $1.80.
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Ileppncr Herald: .leire Barlow, of
the lower Eight-Mile country, is rejoic
ing over the fact that he has now se
cured nn abundance of water. Nicholson
& liuffington, well drillers, recently
completed a well on the Hallow farm
after going to a depth of 4 Si' feet, an
I securing a strong flow of water.
I All bird lovers will lie glad to read
this passage from a bird feeding story
in tlie llillslioro I ndependeiit: ".lanv
stories of the boldness of the starvin
umc reiiows are tout. M. li. istoveu-
sou left a window of his basement
open and later found that the bird
had entered and eaten the best part of
a basket of apples that stood on
Portland Magnate Against
Plan U. of C. Coach and
Other Sport News
Editor M. C. Athey, who has founded
a six page weekly newspaper nt Burns,
1 savs in No. 1 of Volume I: "This, the
' first issue of the Harney County Tri
bune, is dedicated to the business men
ot ISuriis. Your hearty welcome to
your city, your kindly advice, encour-
! agement and liberal support as evi
deuced by the. advertising space oc
cupied in this paper, is greatly apple
ciatcd by tho management."
Local sportsmen of The Dalles have
been soliciting money with which to
buy grain for feeding China pheasants
and ipiail in that vicinity. If any mon
ey is left after the purchase of the
necessary grain, it will be placed in a
"bird fund" for use next season.
l'repnrntions are being ninde to grad
the site for the proposed high school
building in the union district, embrac
ing Sveuson and Kuappa, in Clatso
County. I he sile comprises six acres,
ami it has been staked into acre tracts,
so that the local people can bid on sec
tions of the, work.
Arrangements have been made for
holding a public auction day at Veueta
once each month, or ofteuer, if occa
sion demands it. An auctioneer will be
furnished free of charge, and there will
not be a cent of expense, to any one.
i Thirty-nine amateur actors will par
ticipate in tho presentation of a play to
I be put on by the I 'oiuiuercial club at
' l'aker. Tho receipts from the produc
: tiou are to be used in financing a far
! mors " rest room to be installed on Main
I st reel.
Good Buys in Real
I. 'ill acre f irm, .10 ncres nuder culti
vation, balance timber and pasture,
iioiise, bnrn, running wider, ti I - miles , relegat
from Salem, price $1.1.00 per acre. lors. "
loll ncro farm in .lefferson county,
(begun, to trade lor farm in Lafayette
county, Missouri, price $1300.00.
00(1 ncro f.irm in flrnnt county, Min
ncola, to trade for Willamette Valley
faun, price $00.00 per acre.
The Web I'hilo halls will be Lie
scene of merriment this evening when
the Willamette students assemble for
Ihe annual post-exam jubilee.
Notebooks and cxuiu papers will be
burned with fitting ceremonies and
those who were so uiil'nrtnnnlc as to
pass in their semester exams will be
I to li special class ot "grind-
Seattle Club Women
Seattle, Wash., .Ian. 28. That Un
united States should be prepared foi
war for tho mime reason that individ
mils preparo against burglars, is the
opinion of prominent Washington club
women assembled in Seattle today at
tending tho session of tho executive
board of Federated clubs.
Mrs. E. K. lliiuua nml Miss Olive
E. Lender, members of the executive
board of tho State Federated Women's
clubs, both believe in adequate national
preparedness, and in women knowing
guniy.nl ion, will hold
soon, sometime next week. Mr. .las
per will give the first paper, "Intern-ton-
of the Immigrant. " He has been
making n rueful study of the immigra
tion uueHtiou, hence he will undoubt
edly have n very interesting aper.
The next subject will be presented
by Miss llrown, "The Oriental in Kin
erson." While Miss tlladys ('arson
will give a paper on "Some Shakes
pearean Traditions and Curiosities."
This dub will meet ouco a mouth
and will give its members consider ible
interesting informal ion on various sub
jects. 1 triil'. ltobert Stauffer is the
1 acre, 12 acre loganberries, good organizer,
house, close to c uline, price $1300.00. j I'rof. .lames T. Matthews will act
Terms to suit, (3 per cent interest, as one of the judges at the intorschol-
llllivnlion, good ! I.;,, i,
ors. 1 he rcmunltcc nils iiiraneed
good program and afterwards "ouls"
will be served. The ficulty will be
present and it may be considered as how to linndlo cuns as well.
11 ilmtion 1'iirty. ' don't seek to kill burglars," s-'
i lie iMignsii ciiin, a new campus or yr. Jinnim. "but. I want them all to
its first meeting, know th:ir I linvn n well olio, I unn iiiubir
I . M . I ...
my pillow oud that I would use it if
11 acres nil under cultivation, .1 room
Ionise, barn, 0 acres in Italian prune
orchard, spring water, price if 1 .100.00, i
$'l(l down, bnl.iiieo 0 per cent interest.
10. 20, 30, or 40 acre tracts in Onl-,
vestou county, Texas, to trade for al-
ley property. I
M'O ncro farm in Hoik county to
trade for city property or small acre
age, price $00.00 per acre.
tliev attacked me.
same way mbout
I feel somewhat the
Miss Lender ntd that she carried n
tiny automatic, nt.d therefore practices,
well us preaches preparedness.
AUTO STRUCK COASTERS
Portland, Or,, .Tan. 2S. Judge -Me
Credie is on record todav ana'nst Sun
lay morning games at Vernon park.
Answering the shouts of the California
magnates who favor double-headers ev
ery Sun.liy nt Portland and Salt Lake
he declared the extra games played by
the California clubs were an advan
tage to them, not a drawback.
"I have nlwnys accepted it is an
axiom of sport that the home team has
a big percentage in its favor." he said.
"Crowd, environment, psychology, all
favor it. If we play 12" fewer home
games than the California teams, how
can this be an advantage for us.'"
Stroud To Name Coach.
Berkeley, Cal., Jan. 28. Whether
John Stroud, graduate manager of Ath
letics at the I'niversity of Califorai i,
has succeeded in getting a football
coach for the blue and gold in the east
will be learned today when Stroud re
turns to the campus from an extended
la his journey back across the con
tinent, Stroud has been mum regard
ing the success of his mission. It Ins
been rumored that he had obtained op
tions on the services of three first class
coaches, presenting a formidable list of
talent from which the athetotic com
mittee can inak? n choice.
Loses Umpire Job.
San Francisco, Jan. 28. President
P.anm, of tin- Pacific Oust league, to
day notified Tyler Christian, former
manager of the Oaks that he would be
unable to place him as umpire during
the coming season. Christian had
filed his application for a pi ice as nr-
utrator lint llaiim declare:! the um
pires who o! delated last year will be
Elk Bowlers Win Two
and Tie One with Feds
The Elk bowlers took two games
from the Federals at the club alleys
last night in the city series after tiie
score of the first game was tied at
823. The total pins for the Elks was
2081 and for the Federals was 2100.
K i.v- smashed 213 for high game and
llussey, also of the Elk team, rolled
I ."9 for high average.
The score follows:
1 2 : Av
Dr. Edward3" Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove it
....N20 'J 10 ill:
Total pins 20SI.
Team av.einge 171.
v. , 1 2 .1 Av
oini s is.; l st; i si;
siddall l:io 170 Mil if. 7
A- S,amp I 111 I.Ki Hill Lit
('raven ; 1 70 1.1:! mil U
Humphreys ...lhS ls.3 P.U IS!)
Total pins 2100.
Team average Hiii
Dr. TMwanl.V Oiive Tablets, the substi
tute f,.r calomel, a. t e nilv on tho l.owels
irl n...--iuv ly do the wu ic.
Peoi.le aiinetcd with h.ol breath find
quick rullcf tin- .i:..;h Dr. K.Iwanls' Olivu
Tahlet.i. The I'leosanl, wrtar-mite 1 tab-1-t-i
are taken Cor bad breath by all who
L)r. Howards' Olive Tablets net cently
but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimu
latinir them to natural aeti ei, ule.irins the
blood and g-. utly puri.'ying the entire sys
tom. 'I hey do that which dangerous calo
mel i.oc3 without any of the bad alter
All tho benefits of nasty, s'ckenlnfr,
Krltdns; cathartics nre derived from Dr.
Kdwar.ls' Olive Tablets wilhout griping;
pain or disasre- ahle effects uf any kind.
1 r. !'. M. Kdw.inls diseovereil fh for.
mulii after seventeen years of practice
amonf,' patients uliMcted with bowel nml
liver complaint with the attendant bad
Dr. I'M wards' Olive Tablets nrn niirelv
rKiauie ciM linn 1. Illlxeo w r l iulv- nl -
you will '.now them by their olive color.
Take one or two every night for a
week mill note the effect. 10c and 25c per
box. All druggists.
Tlie Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
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.S2! 8.1!) 802
HELP M KIDNEYS
Salem Readers Are Learning the Way.
P's the little kidney ills
The lame, weak or aching back
The tit-unticcd urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and Bright 's
When the kidneys aro weak,
Help them with Donu's Kidney Tills,
A remedy especially for weak kid
I 'o.m's have been used
troubles for .10 years.
Endorsed bv -lO.OoO nennlc endorsed
Proof in a Salem citizen's statement.
Joseph Wint. 008 High St., Salem,
says: "Mv kidneys worn ilisnnlnm.i
and my back seemed to have lost lt
strength. Doan's Kidney Pills soon
fixed tne up all right. I know that
Uoan's Kidney Pills are a fine kblnnv
medicine and I willingly recommend
Price 50c, nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy net
I'oau s Kidney Pills the same thnt
Mr. Wint had. Foster-Milbum
Props., Euffalo, X. V.
All Quiet Again On
the Mexican Border
Brownsville, Texas, Jan. 2S. Of
ficials here felt today there is no danger
now of clashes over the miniature inva
sion of American soldier-swimmers into
Mexico Wednesday. Return of the two
Americans seized by the .Mexicans, on
the Mexican side, coupled with reported
orders for arrest of the .Mexicans in
volved in the sei7.ure were taken to
mean that both countries are satisfied
at the outcome and that there will be
no further trouble.
Meantime, however, preparations nre
under way for a coiirtninrtial of the
lieutenants who crossed the boundary
in pursuit of the captors of the pair of
LADIES! LOOK YOUNG.
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and No
body Can Tell. Brush
It Through Hair
Washington, Jan. 2S'.Courtiuarliul
of the lieutenants involved in crossing
the .Mexican boumlnry in pursuit of
captured companions will end the "in
vasion" episode of Wednesday, war de
partment officials indicated today.
Passenger Agents To
Ba In Salem Tomorrow
Passeaecr ll-'ellls from nil the ten, I.
ing railroads in tin- east will pass
through Salem tomorrow, and an ef
fort will be made to have them spend a
short time in the city. They will come
on the exposition special uul arrive
in the city at 2: 12 o'clock.
Each if they (iiniiot be induced to
stop off between trains, they will be
properly met by members of' tiie com-
uiercml club and given several things
by which they will remember Salem
when routing tourists for their trips of
It is now the policy of t ho main
roads in the east to educate their pas
senger agents in various parts of t'no
country ind those passing through
have been sent out to the const in or
der that they may know from personal
travel something about the west.
Gray hair, however, handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all know the
advantages of a youthful appearance.
lour hair is your charm. It makes or
mors the lace. When it fades, turns
gray and looks dry, wispy and scrnggly,
just a iew applications of Sage Tea and
Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred-fold.
Don't stay gray! Look young!
Either prepare the tonic at home or get
from any drug store a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound." Thousands of folks recom
mend this rendy-to-use preparation, be
cause it darkens the hair beautifully
and removes dandruff, stops scalp
itching and falling hair; besides, no
one enn possibly tell, as it darkens so
naturally and evenly. You moisten a
sponge or soft brush with it, drawing
this through the hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning the grayi
hair disappears; after another applica
tion or two, its natural color is restored
and it becomes thick, glossy and lus
trous, and you appear years younger.
PHONE U37 For wood saw.
IIAKRY. Window cleaner.
OVEULAXD CAR For sale. Jmpiire
i). Cade, West falt-m. Jau31
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, cora
wood. Phone 1322J. Feo7
SPRIXG WHEAT (Grass wocat). A.
J. Patton, Mack-ay, Ore. ,. Jan 29
SECOND GROWTH FIR WOOD
$3.50 per cord. Phone 2219. tf
FURXISHED APARTMENTS $5.00
to $15.00. 491 North Cottage. tf
FOR RENT Half of modern furnished
home. Call at 352 Xorth Twelfth.
RATL1FF HOL'SK Fresh rooms.
homo cooking. 650 X. Winter. IJione
WANTED TO LOAN 2tJO.OO cood se
curity. Address G. N. care Journal.
WANTED By young lady, room and
board near state bouse. Answer K.
L., Journal. Jan23
FOR SALE Xo. 5 Underwood type
writer; No. 3 Burroughs Adding Ala
chine. Telephone 10. Jan3l
WANTED Position on farm for man
and wife, inquire D. Cade, West Sa
ABSOLUTELY PURE MAPLE
SYRUP From Xew York, $1.60
per gallon it Damon's. Feb 22
FOR RENT Modern 8 room house at
1030 ilood street, inquire of 645 X.
Winter street, or Ijhono 613. Jan2S
FOR KENT Modern seven room resi
dence near Court house. John II.
Scott, over Chicago Store. Jan31
10 acres nil under
soil, fine building site, 3 1-2 miles from
Salem, prico $13.10.00. This is n bur--jam
in 10 acres.
Ilood G room plastered house, barn,
cement milks, furniture goes with the
place, price $7.10.00, $100.00 down.
ilood 5 room plastered house, large
lot, (10 bv 1.10 feet. This is a good Imv,
W. H. Grabenhorst &
273 State Street
Taconui. Wash., Jan. 2$. .Tames Mor
ris, aged 10, is at home today suffering
from ti broken nml and Arrat Carlson,
aged II, is painfully bruised as n re
sult of being struck by tin automo
bile while const iug on one of Ihe hilly
streets here last night. Thirteen per-
lebate loniol.t between So leni ' 'iis "ere pnuiy Hurt in coasting ncoi-
and Jefferson high, nt the nnli-, diiriiijr n provious mtow full.
toiiuin of the Salem high school, The
ipiostion to be debited is "The Swiss
The I'niversity of Washington bas
ketball team will meet the Willam
ette " Mcnr Cuts" tomorrow niclit. nt
. i -. '. .... il... r: il.......t ..' .a...... i cbiri-d hern tn.lnv flint lut in ate.....!.. ;., '
U-., ....... l..,o .. t il.: f'nvor of niilitnrv nr,.,, nr. ..,,. wo n n.l ,1,,.. I 1 . '
ti.-uiu i mi nun u mm ii'tiin mi"; r 'M ...... ..... ii.i.i i.n.i
year, and they .tie expecting to Will-!"'' "i"1 step ho would have college men
iop Willamette. instructed In military tactics in summer
The I'niversity of Washington Daily, ! enmps. He will ninke several speeches
in speaking of their team says: The Angeles en route back east,
boys have been showinir wonderful im !
and will go into the game
! BELIEVES LIKE WOODROW
j Sun Frnnciseo, Jan. 2S. President
; Hibben, of Princeton university, suc
cessor to Woodrow Wilson there, de-
No Accidents Reported
From Marion County
No accidents were reported from Ma
rion county to the State Industrial Ac-
iilent commission for the week clidini:
yesterday though 1(1 were reported
trom other parts of the stute. Two
Of the total number reported Kill
were subject to the workmen's compen
sation act; 10 were from public utility
erporations; 10 were from other firm's
and corporations who have rejected the
provisions ot the act.
Ihe tolluwin.' number of necident
ny industry: Sawnii I. :i:1- bnrrriiirr. Ill;
meat packing, li; construction, 10; light
ui.t power, o; coal rompnnv, 2; transfer
i'Diupanv, 2; paper mill. sV foundry. 3:
flour mill, ,"; irrigation. 2: nuto works.
iron and steel works, -1; railroad
construction. 17. The following one
ach: Soap company, rrorerv. laundry.
sheet metal works, machine "shop, miik
coiupany, garage, can company, quarry,
mining, plumbing, farming, trunk and
bag nianufiictuiiug, publishing com
pany, brewery, tank nml pipe company,
roofing matin facta re, railroad passen
ger, show case manufacture, furniture
niiiuufactiire, wholesalers. telephone
English Labor Favors
Reduction of Armaments
Bristol, Eng., Jan. 28. Strong reso
lutions favoring reduction of arma
ments and other measures to prevent fu
ture wars were adopted today in the
closing session of the big labor conven
tion. The delegates also overwhelming
ly approved entrance of laborites into
the coalition government a ml disap
proved the demand of radicals for their
I'naninious resolutions nsled that ns
far ns possible the cost of the war In
met by increased income taxes, and by
state acquisition of railways, mines,
shipping, insurance and banking.
1,000 FAMILIES HOMELESS
s! Memphis, Tenn., .Ian. 28 One thons
'. ;nnd families are homeless because of
floods in the White, Arkansas, Black
and St. Krnncis rivers. Hundreds have
taken refuge in skiffs and tree tops,
and many rescue workers .ire engaged
in taking them from their precarious
During the forenoon, four mothers
with babes in their arms, were taken
from tree tops where they had spent
a cold rainv night.
00 ED MKHAL Iluarlen Oil Capsules
will bring new life and quickly relieve
that stopped-up congested feeling. They
will thoroughly cleanse and wash out
the kidneys and bladder and gently
carry off the ill effects of excesses of
all kinds. The healing, soothing oil
soaks right into the walls and lining of
the kidneys and expels the poisons in
your system. Keep your kidneys in
good shape by daily use of GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules and you
will have good health. Go to your
druggist nt once and secure a package
of this time-honored, world-wide rem
edy. It is not a "patent medicine." It
is passed upon by U. S. Government
chemists and declared pure before com
ing into this country. COLD METAL
is the pure, original Haarlem Oil, im
ported direct from the ancient labora
tories in Holland where it is tho Na
tional Household Remedy of the sturdy
Dutch. Look for the" name GOLD
MEDAL on every box. Accept no sub
stitute. Your druggist will gladly re
fund your money if not ns represented.
THE MAYO REUUTATION
San Francisco, Jan. 27. In order
that he might have an operation per
formed by tlie famous M ivo Brothers
of Rochester, Minnesota, Manager J.
A. Harkley of the Capetown, S. A.
street railways traveled nearly nearly
1.1,000 miles. He will leave here soon
TO TRADE Buggy horse, to trade for
cow, or chickens, or will sell cheap.
Fhono 77F13. Feb3
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms in.
large suites from $ti to $8 per month.
Why pay more! Call at 313 1-2 Xorth
WANTED To tiade good lot in re
stricted district, for team, harness
and farm wagon. Address J. y, care
of Journ.il. Jau31
FOR RENT Store, 21x165 feet, elec
trie lights and Bteam heat. See Watt
Shipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. tf
WANTED Single man, good appear
ance, to travel with advertising
crew. Steady year round position.
30, Journal. Jan23
WANTED 10 to 20 acres of land with
some improvements, must bo cheap
for cash, not too far out, north or
east prefered. Address A. E. I!., caro
of Journal. Jan 27.
WANTED Information of Iva Louisa
Thomas Gorden, last heard from i
Salem, Oregon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Selma, Calif.,
Box 393. Feb8
2000 CORDS OAK STUMPAGE For
sale or trade, no reasonable offer re
fused as I need the land for pasture.
Address C. J. VanAvery, Independ
ence, Oregon. Jan2S
IMMIGRATION SCANDAL UP
GOES TO FACE TRIAL.
wiin good chances of winning. 1 ne men Deutsche and Riddle. The Willamette
who will play on the Washington team lineup will perhaps be the usual oue:
are: I'oiwards, D.ividson and Sunder. Forwards, Jewett and Breoks; center,
r Unlmer; iter, Schivley; guards,! Jackson; guards, Flegel and Irvine.
WAi-tT ARMY POSTS KEFT
Washington, Jin. 2S Secretary or
War (lariisou is opposed to decreasing
the number of iiriuv posts in the Uni
He said so today
Portland. Or., Jan 2.. Charles W.
Morrison, the young bridegroom forger,
left today for I.os Angeles in euseody
of Dectective Wawlry of that city. His
bride joined her rela'tives in the' south
soon after their honeymoon was halt
ed by Morrison's arrest here.
TOO LONG FOR BERTH
Sun rrnncisco, Jan. 27. Because t'no
in n communication , Union liner Moiina front Wi-Minr-tnii
senate in resnoiwe to Keontni. . l i.l .... l.....tl.a -...::..... i it.-i.
1' n - ' ' . . i ........ j ....i, .!,, ... .in... , iicicui Ivlliu. I00"
".nun caning lor me tie- eri .vincKen.ie, T feet, 2 inches
tails ot cost and upkeep of these posts. I had to sleep in the social hall. .
Let 'er Rain!
If you've a man's
work to do, wear
Tow er's Fish Brand
The coat that keeps
out all the rain. Re
flex Edges stop every
drop from running
in at the front
Protector Hat, 75 cents
Satisfaction Guaranteed QWF Jy
Send for Jrtt catalog
A. J.TOWER CO.
tt, BOSTON USIJ BRM
San Francisco, Jan. 28. After being
in abeyance several weeks, the local
immigration scandal will probably
como into tho limeliaiit next Mondav.
Then the grand jury is slated to hold
a special session to take up tlie alle.-cl
smuggling of 80 Chinese into San Fran
cisco on the liner Mongolia. Indict
ments of 25 men, including immigra
tion service men, is said to be in pros
pect. TO CLOSE RED LIGHTS
San Francisco, Jan. 2S. Action
against four alleged violators of the
red light abatement law were started
by tho law enforcement league today.
Tho league's annual report said the po
lice and district attorney's office have
shown a marked unwillingness to co
operate in a campaign to close the red
WHO ARE THE LIARS?
Washington, Jan. 28. Of ficials asked
ono another today who aro tho alleged
"liars the president mentioned last
night in Xew York as seeking to mis
inform him regarding Mexican condi
tions. Congressmen regarded some of
their fellows askance ns possible mem
bers of the new "Ananias club" awf.
there was a prospect that sharp re
torts would be made from the floors
of both houses.
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